This Week at Nevei Kodesh, April 29-May 5

Nevei Kodesh, a warm and welcoming Jewish Renewal Community invites you to join us virtually for prayer, study and connection!

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Shabbat Blessings and Songs, Friday, April 29, 6 – 6:45 PM 

Join Rabbi Diane, Hazzan Shayndel and Ari Sharfstein on April 29 and May 6 for our last two ‘Shabbat Blessings and Songs’ of the Nevei Kodesh Religious School year. Let’s raise our voices in joy – in honor of Shabbat, Torah and Community! – and in gratitude for the many experiences of intergenerational prayer offerings this past year, both online and in-person/hybrid. We will also celebrate Ari – who will be graduating the first weekend in May with a Masters in Music Education from CU!

To register and for live-stream zoom link click here.

 


Pathways to Torah: Sound Healing and Hebrew Chant, Saturday, April 30, 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM

Shabbat morning, April 30th will be on the 14th day of the count of the omer, the day of Malchut ShebeGevurah. 

What to expect? Lie down in the comfort of your own home, login to the magical zoom portal and allow the mystical chant, Ana B’Koach help to ‘untie our knots/ take us out of these chains of fate’ during this time of the counting of the omer. The chant will flow in and out of the vibrational healing waves of Himalayan singing bowls and other instruments (lyre, Native American flute, drum and more). Reb Zalman’s original chanting of Ana B’Koach will also be included.

To register and for live-stream zoom link click here.

 


Honoring the End-of-Life Continuum, Tuesdays, May 3 & 10, 7 – 8:30 PM

Kavod v’Nichum is pleased to present a series of workshops for the Boulder Jewish community to begin a conversation about end-of-life planning. Attend one or all three at no cost to you.

Guided by Jewish values, we will explore having important conversations with loved ones, creating plans for end of life, and learning about and writing our own ethical wills. 

Join us on Zoom for one session or all three on April 26, May 3 and May 10.

To register and for live-stream zoom link click here.

 

 


Rosh Chodesh New Moon Circle (Zoom), Wednesday, May 4, 5 – 6:15 PM

At the turning of each Jewish month, we are called to re-awaken and invited to step into new energies and opportunities. Join a circle of other seekers and learners at the new moon! Weaving together teachings about the Jewish month & calendar, meditation & visualization, chant & song, journaling & self-reflection, poetry, and small group connection. Led by Ba’alat Tefilah Michelle Wolf, all are welcome—all gender identities, ages, levels of Jewish knowledge and connection

It’s a new month in the Jewish calendar! Let’s join in community to soothe our hearts and provide comfort to one another. Through meditation, teachings, song, and simple movement, we’ll step together into greater healing and strength.

To register and for live-stream zoom link click here.

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